The IBRiS studio, commissioned by Polsat Television’s “Events”, checked which party has the greatest chance of winning in the autumn parliamentary elections. Here are the results of the latest survey.
There are 26 days left until the parliamentary elections. Party leaders bend over backwards to convince the electorate. They tour Polish cities and towns, making lots of promises. Meanwhile, the IBRiS studio, commissioned by Polsat Television’s “Events”, decided to check which political formation currently has the greatest chance of winning.
The survey shows that Law and Justice is currently the leader. 32.6% of people would like to vote for Jarosław Kaczyński’s formation. respondents. Compared to the previous study, this is an increase of 0.2 percentage points.
The latest survey. The left up, the Confederation down
The next place was taken by the Civic Coalition with a score of 26.6. Donald Tusk’s party, however, has no reason to be satisfied, because compared to the August survey, it lost 4 percentage points. support. The podium is closed by the Third Way, i.e. the electoral agreement of Poland 2050 and the Polish People’s Party. Support for the coalition has increased by 1.6 percentage points since August. and is currently 10.6 percent.
The largest increase in ratings was recorded by the Left. Previously, 7.7% of people wanted to vote for this party. respondents and currently it is 9.9 percent. The Confederation, in turn, saw a significant drop in support. For the group, among others: Currently, 9.5 percent would like to vote for Krzysztof Bosak, Sławomir Mentzen and Grzegorz Braun. respondents (down from 11.8%). The Nonpartisan Local Government Party was below the electoral threshold (they registered lists in all constituencies) with a result of 1.5%.
9.5 percent respondents have not yet decided which party they would like to support in the autumn parliamentary elections. Regarding voting participation, 53 percent declared that it definitely did. Probably yes – 5.6 percent. 19.8 percent chose the answer rather no, but definitely not – 16.8 percent. 4.8 percent people are undecided.
The study was carried out on September 15-17 using telephone, standardized computer-assisted questionnaire interviews (CAIT) on a group of 1,000 people.